Tuesday, January 19, 1999

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  • Y2K and Nuclear Weapons

    As the year 2,000 approaches, anti-nuclear activists around the world are sounding alarms at the possibility that computer malfunctions caused by Y2K could jeopardize public safety.

  • Massacre in Kosovo

    NATO Commander Wesley Clark is holding emergency talks today with Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevik, following the killing last week of 45 ethnic Albanians in the southern province of Kosovo. The talks follow Yugoslavia’s expulsion of U.S. Ambassador William Walker, who heads a Kosovo verification mission monitoring the three-month-old cease-fire in the province.

  • Clinton’s Defense Team

    White House lawyers are mounting an aggressive defense of President Clinton only hours before he delivers his State of the Union address. In opening arguments before the Senate, Clinton’s defense team was focusing on conflicts in testimony gathered by independent counsel Kenneth Starr. This shift in strategy aims to undercut House charges of perjury and obstruction of justice, according to sources.

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